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Vintage TTC streetcar returns to the road for 80th anniversary

A storied piece of Toronto's transit history rolled through downtown on Sunday.

Golf Wrap: Tiger Woods wins Tour Championship for 1st victory in over 5 years

Tiger Woods won the Tour Championship for his 80th career PGA Tour victory, while Justin Rose claimed the Fedex Cup title.

Federer, Zverev lead Team Europe to Laver Cup victory

Alexander Zverev beat Kevin Anderson on Sunday night to give Team Europe a victory in the second Laver Cup. Zverev won the final five points to defeat Anderson 6-7, 7-5, (10-7). His victory helped Team Europe beat Team World 13-8.
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English-language Ottawa schools closed on Monday

English-language schools in Ottawa will be closed Monday in the aftermath of tornadoes that hit the city on Friday evening.
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South Shore residents come together to keep banks of St. Lawrence clean

A group of 150 volunteers spent part of the day Saturday picking up trash along the banks of the St. Lawrence River, doing their part to keep the shoreline and the water clean.
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Match Wrap: Canada beats Bulgaria, still eliminated at volleyball worlds

Canada beat Bulgaria in a five-set match, but fell just short of advancing to the third round of the Volleyball World Championships.

Match Wrap: Canada beats Bulgaria, still eliminated at volleyball worlds

Canada beat Bulgaria in a five-set match, but fell just short of advancing to the third round of the Volleyball World Championships.

Tiger Woods wins Tour Championship

Tiger Woods won the Tour Championship on Sunday, making It the 80th victory of his PGA Tour.

Trudeau affirms "Canada recognizes one united Spain"

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hosted a series of meetings with his Spanish counterpart on Sunday and affirmed that "Canada recognizes one united Spain."

Bill Blair discusses safety, gun violence in Toronto town hall

Bill Blair says Toronto remains one of the safest cities despite the recent spate of gun violence but also stresses that action still needs to be taken.
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Canada closes out volleyball worlds with win over Bulgaria

Canada battled by the host nation Bulgaria 3-2 (25-19, 25-14, 21-25, 19-25, 15-10) in their final match of the 2018 FIVB World Championship.

Tiger Woods claims Tour Championship for 1st win in over 5 years

Tiger Woods is a winner again, capping off one of the most remarkable comebacks in golf history.
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Man with mental disability nearly bankrupted by door-to-door sales contracts

Despite bans on door-to-door sales of certain goods and services in some provinces, thousands of Canadians are still locked into long and pricey contracts
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Rod Rosenstein And Donald Trump

Rod Rosenstein is denying reports he talked of secretly recording Donald Trump. The allegations say the Deputy Attorney General was discussing it in an effort to invoke the 25th Amendment. Our U.S. political panel explains what it all means.
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Kavanaugh Accuser to Testify

Christine Blasey Ford, the accuser of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, will testify in an open hearing Thursday before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Our U.S. political panel delves into the latest developments.
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Ben Johnson vs. Carl Lewis: The race and the disgrace

One of the greatest rivalries in the last two generations played out over 10 seconds at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul. 62 hours later, Canada’s Ben Johnson forfeited his 100-metre gold medal to American Carl Lewis, triggering one of the biggest scandals in Olympic history.

'What am I going to do?': Ottawa woman relies on electricity to survive

For most people, the outages caused by Friday's tornadoes are an inconvenience. For Ellen Lougheed, it could be a matter of life and death.
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Anne with an E season 2: Watch the trailer

Welcome back to Friendships, Family, and the Wonder of Green Gables! Season 2 premieres tonight at 7pm on CBC.

Hummus 'brings people together' at Windsor festival

Windsorites of all cultures and religions gathered at the city's very first Hummus Fest on Sunday to enjoy some international music, socialize and eat.

SIU not releasing name of man killed in shootout that injured Halton police officers

Ontario's police watchdog says it will not be releasing the identity of the man who died after a gas station shootout that left two Halton Region police officers with injuries.
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(Live at 8:00 am ET) 2018 World Judo Championships on CBC: Men's -90kg, Women's -70kg - Repechage & Semifinals

From the National Gymnastics Arena, Baku, Azerbaijan
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'Will you be my friend?': Speedfriending surprisingly non-awkward way to meet new people

Is it possible to join a group of strangers playing board games in a cafe for a night, and walk away with a new friendship?

Trudeau affirms support for 'united Spain' following meetings with Spanish PM

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday during a meeting with his Spanish counterpart that he has confidence in the ability of the Spanish government to resolve the Catalan secession crisis in a way that respects freedom of expression.
SEASON PREMIERE

Anne with an E is back. Watch the season premiere

Anne with an E is back for a new season